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NIU's Matt Streb Talks Politics With Riley
Every Wednesday morning after our 8:30 news, we're joined by NIU political science professor Matt Streb to cover the latest in politics and the upcoming election. This morning, Matt was in rare form, as we discussed how this year's presidential election is affecting each of us.
Riley Needs Your Vote!
  It's campaign season. Enough with the races for governor, senator, congressman, sheriff, and forest preserve whatever. It's time the mustache entered the political fray.
Pat Buchanan On Nixon And 'The Greatest Comeback'
Former Richard Nixon senior advisor Pat Buchanan joined "Riley & Scot" to talk about his new book, "The Greatest Comeback," about Nixon's political revival after losing the 1962 California gubernatorial election. He used an extensive collection of personal notes and replies written by Nixon himself to piece together the stories. ...
Illinois Supreme Court Won't Hear Term Limits Appeal
CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Supreme Court won't review a lower court ruling barring a question on lawmaker term limits from appearing on November's ballot. The court denied Thursday the Committee for Legislative Reform and Term Limits' appeal of a June 27 Cook County circuit court ruling...
Riley & Scot Rewind: Week Of June 9 [AUDIO]
As we wrap up another fine week of “Riley & Scot” shows, I invite you to tune in to “Riley & Scot Rewind” Saturday morning at 6:00 a.m. to hear what you might have missed. However, if you’re planning to sleep in here’s your opportunity to catch up. ...
Breitbart's Jonathan Strong Talks Cantor Upset With "Riley & Scot"
In the midst of an extremely busy evening and early morning, Breitbart's Washington editor Jonathan Strong found time to join us on the show to discuss Dave Brat's upset win over Eric Cantor in the Virginia GOP primary. He was one of the few to cover the race in advance of Election Day and outline why it could have been competitive...
Scot Talks Tax Hike With Eyewitness News
In case you were not aware, part of my Monday mornings are spent chatting with our friends at Eyewitness News. It's always a pleasure to talk with Matt, Candice, and Evelyn though I must admit I can't tell if the feeling is mutual because I never can see their faces...

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